Your Guide to Halloween 2018 in Westchester County


It’s about that time of year again and we know you are excited about the coming of the Halloween season. However, from our experience, most people just don’t know how/where to celebrate this universal holiday. Luckily for you, our Westchester Limo Service has taken the initiative to find some of the best events scheduled for this spooky season in Westchester County, so look no further.

But before we look at our favorite event picks, we recommend that you take this opportunity to employ the services of our Westchester Car Service. Being a communally celebrated event, Halloween traditionally has everyone out and about, which consequently means that traffic, navigation, and finding parking spaces becomes twice as hard around this time of year. Let our professionally trained and knowledgeable chauffeurs handle all this for you and your companions as you focus on making memories, indulging in the luxury amenities of our vehicles, and looking forward to your next spine-chilling experience. Have a Spooky Halloween.


Sleepy Hollow Haunted Hayride

The Sleepy Hollow Haunted Hayride is scheduled to go down between the 26th and 28th of October, every day between 7am and 11pm at the Sleepy Hollow Village Hall along Beekman Avenue. Here you will get to follow Ichabod Crane’s path on a wagon and as you enter the darkened woods you will be bombarded with numerous scary sites and, if you are unlucky, you might even run into the headless horseman himself. Note, however, this hayride is not recommended for young kids due to the graphic nature of the props. The Hayrides are on a first-come, first-served basis, so arrive early because the queues tend to get a little long.


Lyndhurst Tour with a Halloween Twist

Head over to the Lyndhurst mansion in Tarrytown and enjoy a spooky tour of this classic construction. You will get to see the mansion like never before, fully decked in frightening decorations and props. This has been an ongoing event, with the last and final instalment of the tours being held between the 25th and 31st of October, every day between 10am and 4pm. Stop overs on the tour will include the entrance hall, the parlor, the reception room, the cabinet room, the library, the Victorian dining room, and Jay Gould’s office. However, the second floor is not decorated for Halloween and visitors will get to see these spaces in their classic splendor.


Scared by the Sound

Plan your visit for the city of Rye on the 21st and 28th of October, every day between 8pm and 11pm and head over to the Playland Parkway. This will be the 18th annual instalment of its kind; this conventional amusement park will be transformed into a spooky ghost-town where you will get to tour a creepy cemetery and haunted house in a terrifying 10,000-foot walk-through, studded with a petrifying cast of characters, a creepy morgue, a haunted wine cellar, and a tunnel of doom. This event is, however, not recommended for children below the age of 10 but it is handicapped accessible and attendees will enjoy free parking. Tickets for this event go for only $20 per head.

Posted on Oct 23 2018

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